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Intern Partnership Program

CITC’s Internship program is a 12-week summer opportunity for Alaska Native and American Indian students enrolled in college and vocational education programs. Along with receiving on-the-job training and mentoring, interns will learn and gain work experience with CITC and our partnering organizations throughout our community.

Through a network of community organizations and businesses, CITC provides valuable, values-aligned work experience in diverse fields of study. Internships offer students in good academic standing opportunities to gain real-life work experience and applying their education in professional work environments.

CITC recruits highly motivated full- or part-time students and recent graduates from undergraduate or graduate degree programs or technical training schools in the following disciplines:

  • Accounting / Finance / Economics / Business Management
  • Social Work / Sociology / Psychology / Nursing
  • Information Technology / Computer Science
  • Engineering / ANSEP Participants / STEM
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS)
  • Construction / Project Management

eligibility

Internship applicants must be Alaska Native or American Indian pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act and able to show proof of residence in the Cook Inlet region. Alaska Native or American Indian CIRI shareholders are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be currently enrolled as a full or part-time student, or recently graduated from an undergraduate/graduate degree program/technical school in a related degree field.

Intern Partnership Program Application

Intern Partnership Program flyer

Duch’deldih Administrative Apprenticeship Program

The program aims to help Our People to gain the skills and experience to access their full potential and build a career in a high demand field. The Administrative Apprentice Program is a paid apprenticeship that matches apprentices with mentors in their prospective field where they follow a culturally informed curriculum through a combination of virtual, in-person, and on the job training. The curriculum has a set of core competencies for each of CITC’s values. Apprentices earn their Administrative Assistant Certificate, by demonstrating competency in all areas. Over the course of 2-4 months apprentices will follow the curriculum provided to ensure they have the skills and experience to be successful in their new career as an Administrative Assistant.

Eligibility

Alaska Native/ American Indian
18 years old or older
High school diploma or GED
Must pass CITC background check

Applications are accepted through CITC’s Career Page.

Administrative Apprenticeship flyer

 

CITC Fabrication Laboratory (Fab Lab)

CITC offers internship opportunities for both college and high school students in our digital fabrication resource center (Fab Lab). Created in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Center for Bits & Atoms, the Fab Lab is a state-of-the-art educational space that challenges youth to explore their full science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) potential.

Eligibility

Internship applicants must be Alaska Native or American Indian pursuant to P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Act and able to show proof of residence in the Cook Inlet region. Alaska Native or American Indian CIRI shareholders are strongly encouraged to apply.

Fab Lab internships are available to qualified high school students. Must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

Contact us:

(907) 793-3467
alaskaspeople@citci.org